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1969 MLB All-Star Game (1969)

The 1969 Major League All-Star Game was won by the National League by a score of 8-3.



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Credited cast:
Curt Gowdy ...
Himself - Play-by-Play Announcer
Tony Kubek ...
Himself - Color Commentator
Himself - Color Commentator
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Himself - NL Right Fielder
Matty Alou ...
Himself - NL Center Fielder
Mike Andrews ...
Himself - AL Second Baseman
Sal Bando ...
Himself - AL Third Baseman
Ernie Banks ...
Himself - NL First Baseman
Glenn Beckert ...
Himself - NL Second Baseman
Johnny Bench ...
Himself - NL Catcher
Paul Blair ...
Himself - AL Outfielder
Dave Bristol ...
Himself - NL Coach
Rod Carew ...
Himself - AL Second Baseman
Steve Carlton ...
Himself - NL Pitcher
Roberto Clemente ...
Himself - NL Outfielder


The 40th Major League All-Star Game, held at R.F.K. Stadium in Washington, D.C., saw the National League beat the American League by a score of 8-3. 'Denny McLain, who had won 31 games the year before and was slated to start for the junior circuit, arrived in Washington too late to pitch the first. Instead, the game was started by Mel Stottlemyre of the Yankees, who was relieved by Blue Moon Odom in the 3rd. Odom gave way to Dickie Knowles that inning, and McLain was inserted in the 4th, by which time the N.L. All-Stars had racked up eight runs, including two prodigious two-run taters by Johnny Bench and 'Willie McCovey'. After giving up another homer to "Stretch" McCovey in the fourth, McLain (who would win his second consecutive Cy Young Award this year before gambling troubles would run him out of the sport) was relieved by Dave McNally in the fifth. McNally, followed by "Sudden" Sam McDowell in the 7th and Ray Culp in the 9th, shut down the senior circuit's star batters, but it ... Written by Jon C. Hopwood

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23 July 1969 (USA)  »


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$150,000 (estimated)
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Did You Know?


This was the year that Bowie Kuhn began his 15-year-long reign as Commissioner of Baseball. See more »


Followed by 2016 MLB All-Star Game (2016) See more »

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